Wednesday, 24 December 2014

MY TOP 20 ALBUMS FOR 2014

1    Damon Albarn: Everyday Robots
2    Morrissey: World Peace is none of your Business
3    Steve Ignorant's Slice of Life: Love and a Lamppost
4    Jack White: Lazaretto
5    Auburn: Nashville
6    Prince: Art Official Age
7    Yusuf: Tell 'em I'm Gone
8    Mike Oldfield: Man on the rocks
9    Yes: Heaven & Earth
10   Sleepyard: Black Sails
11   Rubella Ballet: Planet Punk
12   Rocket Scientists: Refuel
13   3RDEYEGIRL: Plectrum Electrum
14   Scott Walker and Sunnn 0))): Soused
15   Noura Mint Seymali: Tzenni
16   Leonard Cohen: Popular Problems
17   The Ghost of a Sabre Toothed Tiger: Midnight Sun
18   Flaming Lips: 7Skies H3
19   Faun: Luna
20   David Crosby Croz

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